Peter Jennings
Economics, Business, and Accounting

Peter Jennings

Associate Professor of Management and Brouwer D. and Jane E. McIntyre Chair in Business Administration

Faculty Information

Additional Faculty Information for Peter Jennings


B.S. in Economics, Miami University
M.B.A., Michigan State University
Ph.D. in Management, Arizona State University

Graduate Courses

MGT 3512: Practice and Morality of Leadership
MGT 3505: Business, Integrity & Society
MGT 3500: Building & Leading High Performance Teams

Undergraduate Courses

BUS 393/418: Sound Learning for Leadership
BUS 419: Business Ethics (The Spirit of American Enterprise)
BUS 393: Work Strategies
IDS 393: Sound Biblical Learning for Leadership
IDS 393: American Military Leadership Heritage
IDS 393: Military Small Unit Leadership
CSP 101: The Liberal Arts Tradition


Dr. Jennings is the Associate Professor of Management and Brouwer D. and Jane E. McIntyre Chair in Business Administration. He joined the Hillsdale College faculty in 2016. He teaches undergraduate, graduate, and executive education courses in leadership, ethics, and management.

Dr. Jennings’ research focuses on moral character and its significance to the practice of leadership. His work has appeared in leading academic journals including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Organizational Dynamics, Organizational Psychology Review, and Military Psychology.

Dr. Jennings’ prior academic experience includes a professorship at the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University, and he also served as research director for the U.S. Army’s Center for the Army Profession and Ethic at the United States Military Academy at West Point. His prior professional experience includes management positions at IBM and management consulting at Price Waterhouse. Dr. Jennings also served as an infantry officer in the U.S. Marine Corps. His military service includes three combat tours in the Gulf, Iraq, and Afghan wars in which he earned numerous personal awards including the Bronze Star Medal with “V” device for valor.